Hello. I bought a Peavey transtube Bandit 112 S at a pawn shop about six years ago. How could I get an instructor's manual for an old amp? I have played on it alot without making many changes and I was just wanting to know what kind of things I can do with it and make my sound better. Thank You, Steve
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That sounds like great idea however without the ability to test and determine that it is actually wrong with them I would put up a big red flag that says stop. With out the proper knowledge, equipment and skills you have a very high percentage of destroying the amplifier. Do you know what configuration the output transistors are in and how to bias them? I do not have the circuit diagram but the outputs operate in Class D, that tells me it most like has MOSFETs instead of transistors in the output circuit.
This is on the first page in the book: CAUTION: Risk of electrical shock - DO NOT OPEN!
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
If you are using channels 1-8 be sure the mute button is not pressed. It is to the left of the effects selector. Is the LED illuminated for the DDT Speaker Protection system, if so that is shutting down the outputs.
Hello all you have to do is turn your master volume down to just barley on then turn your pre amp volume somwhere about 2:oclock depending on how much distortion you want ajust your volume on your guitar a little past halfway to give yourself some headroom in case you need to turn up some while you are playing! just think of it as your guitar is your first pre-amp then your amp is second preamp in line ,that is your over drive ,then the master volume is how loud you want the overall volume i hope this help's ya!